Arie Irawan, Malaysian golfer, Died at 28

Muhammad Arie Irawan Ahmad Fauzi was born on August 21, 1990, and died on April 7, 2019.

He a Malaysian professional golfer.

He was a player on the Asian Tour, the Asian Development Tour and the PGA Tour China.

Irawan was the winner of two events on the Asian Development Tour in early 2015.

He also won the 2008 Malaysian Amateur Stroke Play Championship.

Irawan attended the University of Tulsa from 2008 to 2012.

He won the Negeri Sembilan Amateur Open, in 2012.

He was found dead at his hotel in Sanya, China.

Irawan was taking part in the Sanya Championship, the second event of the 2019 PGA Tour China season.

The primary signs were that his demise was from regular causes, yet the visit included that “the coroner has not finished his report.” American Shotaro Ban endeavored to resuscitate him with CPR, however following 45 minutes of persistent restoration endeavors, Irawan was articulated dead.

Arie Irawan passed away at 28 years old.